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Heavy snow and avalanche danger closed a 72-mile stretch of Interstate 90 overnight between North bend and Ellensburg over Snoqualmie Pass. Transportation Department crews are waiting for daylight Monday before they could estimate when the interstate
Interstate 90 westbound was closed at Easton Cle Elum and Ellensburg, while eastbound was closed at North Bend, according to a post on the website of the Washington State Department of Transportation . The DOT and State Patrol were in the process of
Two of four lanes will be closed from 8 o'clock tonight to 11 p.m...Three lanes and the northbound I-5 ramp to Edgar Martinez Drive will close for four hours starting at 10 o'clock tonight. Three lanes and the ramp to Edgar Martinez Drive will be
The Summit at Snoqualmie says it finally has enough snow to open Summit West on Friday to limited operations. The resort says it will expand operations and may open Summit Center with another serious shot of snow...The Summit is one of the lowest
When the blaze ignited, the truck's driver pulled the semi to the side of the freeway, the dispatcher said. Fire crews and state troopers were still on scene investigating, she said.
It's snowing heavily in Adams and Spokane counties, causing several accidents along the highways, according to the Washington State Patrol. There is a multiple-car collision with a fatality seven miles east of Ritzville, state police said. The
Early Seahawks game Posted by Evan Bush Trees down: Crews temporarily closed I-90 in both directions near Snoqualmie Pass summit this morning to remove three large trees just west of the summit, the state Department of Transportation reports.
High winds and falling trees forced the closure overnight of Interstate 90 in both directions across Snoqualmie Pass. The Transportation Department closed the highway just before midnight Sunday for the 72 miles between North Bend and Ellensburg. The
30 a.m., with more popping up through the morning...Check out the map below for details about when and where to expect traffic restrictions.
Washington State Patrol troopers in Spokane say you can blame spilled peas for a Friday afternoon backup in westbound Interstate 90 lanes that stretched as far as five miles. TV reports several boxes of dried peas fell off a commercial truck just